In Thailand, constitutional review committee establishes two sub-panels to evaluate future referendum

By Mitch Connor, 18 October 2023
Flag of Thailand (photo credit: Peggy_Marco via pixabay)
Flag of Thailand (photo credit: Peggy_Marco via pixabay)
Two sub-panels have been established by the government committee studying the proposed constitutional amendments in Thailand. Their mandate is to measure public sentiment on the proposed changes and devise a blueprint for a potential referendum. Phumtham Wechayachai, chair of the committee, has stated that while there is no set deadline for these sub-panels, it is anticipated that their tasks will be completed by the end of this year or early next year. Following the completion of their work, a draft referendum will be put forward to the Cabinet for approval. Once approved, it will be handed over to the Election Commission for execution.
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